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20 Greater Cincinnati DORA Districts for Drinking While Wandering

DORA districts — or Designated Outdoor Refreshment Areas — are a fun fact of life in Greater Cincinnati. In these specific spaces,…

By Bryn Dippold, CityBeat Staff

Hamilton has one of the first DORAs in the Greater Cincinnati area, which launched in 2018. The Hamilton DORA is open 9 a.m.-midnight daily, with Richard’s Pizza, Municipal Brew Works, Pinball Garage and others serving up DORA beverages.
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This Historic East Side Estate Once Home to the University of Cincinnati's President is for Sale for $2.7 Million

Built in the year 1900, this massive 8,000-square-foot brick and stone home was once home to the president of the University of Cincinnati.…

By CityBeat Staff

Twin Hills Ridge
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25 Kid-Friendly Cincinnati Spots Where Parents Can Get a Damn Drink

Let's all raise a glass to parents. It's not an easy job — but someone's gotta do it. And sometimes that job,…

By CityBeat Staff

Porch at Washington Park
    1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
    Head over to Washington Park and enjoy a selection of local beer, seasonal cocktails, canned wine and more. The bar offers seating on the porch or on the lawn, so BYOB (bring your own blanket). Tables and heaters are located under the covered patio for when the weather isn't cooperating. Kids can enjoy the massive lawn and playground at the park and for dog parents out there, Washington Park offers a dog park for pups to play and get their zoomies out.
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30 Activities to Put On Your Cincinnati Summer Bucket List

Summer is right around the corner, and for those ready to leave their cabin fever behind, there are plenty of ways to…

By CityBeat Staff

Visit Sharonville's The Root Beer Stand
    11566 Reading Road, Sharonville
    Opened as an A&W Root Beer Stand in 1957, the now family-owned restaurant makes secret-recipe root beer (available by the jug) using water from the property’s 280-foot-deep well. But don’t miss out on the food — the secret-recipe chili for the eatery’s famous foot-long coney dogs is to die for. Open seasonally.
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